Mazatlan’s Gabriel Leyva avenue lane is now two-way again


The road chaos that was generated in the Mexican Army and Juan Carrasco avenues decreases

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Secretary of Public Safety and Municipal Transit reported that Gabriel Leyva Avenue will be open only one lane, but in dual circulation.

The deputy director of Municipal Transit, Antonio Estrada, pointed out that the work at the Café Marino crossing has ended and it will now be possible to circulate from north to south and vice versa.

“The only ones who will not be able to pass through that area will be the heavy trials out of the city, they will have to take alternate routes such as Gutiérrez Nájera and then the Mexican Army.”


He stressed that the circulation will be open in double circulation in one direction from Pepsi to Mazatlán Fire Department.

By putting a lane in a two-way direction, the traffic flow that was present on Juan Carrasco avenues and the Mexican Army will decrease.


The Mazatlan Post